After months of hard work, finally was able to save up and buy a new camera. Yeah, lick the screen, you know you want to: I finally got it!

this NX2000 that I am showing you now is MINE! You can read my review of this camera by clicking HERE. Yes, I finally managed to get my hands on the camera that I have been pining for so long

Before I let you know about my time with the NX2000 here is the first look video I made as soon as the NX2000 arrived to me:

So, here it is, my new toy.
I recently bought this camera with the intention of not only using it to make my travel journey easier, but also to use it as part of my job as a journalist.
So happy with picture and video quality.

Here are a few sample images to show you what it can do.
IMPORTANT! this one as well you must CLICK THE IMAGES to see them larger and in the quality they are meant to be seen in. If you do not do this they will not look as good as they could.

ISO Noise Performance 
The ISO range is now ISO 100 to ISO 25600. Noise is low up until ISO 1600, with slight loss of detail at ISO 3200 as noise increases. ISO12800 shows a high level or noise and this setting as well as the highest of ISO25600 are probably best avoided.

Taken by Samsung NX2000 - Fireworks Mode, Speed 3 sec, F/8, ISO 100
Taken by Samsung NX2000 – Fireworks Mode, Speed 3 sec, F/8, ISO 100

Panorama mode 
The built in sweep panoramic mode will automatically take a panoramic photo where you simply need to press the shutter button and hold it while panning around. You can shoot both horizontal and vertical panoramic photos and results are good with plenty of detail.

Taken by Samsung NX2000 - Panorama Mode, Speed 1/2000 sec, F/5.6, ISO 200
Taken by Samsung NX2000 – Panorama Mode, Speed 1/2000 sec, F/5.6, ISO 200

Dynamic range options include:

Taken by Samsung NX2000 – Rich Tone Mode, Speed 1/250 sec, F/5, ISO 200

Macro Mode:

Taken by Samsung NX2000 – Macro Mode, Speed 1/100 sec, F/5.6, ISO 100

Landscape Mode:

Taken by Samsung NX2000 – Landscape Mode, Speed 1/400 sec, F/8, ISO 100

Low Light Photography, but i add some flash:

Taken by Samsung NX2000 – Speed 4 sec, F/22, ISO 100

Low Speed Photography:

Taken by Samsung NX2000 – Speed 8 sec, F/16, ISO 200

9 thoughts on “I Finally Bought My Dream Camera”

  1. Hi! I like your photos a lot! Great job! I have a problem. I saved some money and now I want to buy some camera for myself. I liked NX2000 a lot, but the thing I don’t like with this camera is that there is no image stabilization, then, I heard that it is very difficult to see the display during the sunny day. Is that bothering? And what kind of lenses have you used for this kind of images? Is it standard 20-50mm? Can I do good macro with that lens? I would really be grateful for your quick answer! 🙂

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